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 MONTREAL - Coach Danny Maciocia spoke throughout the post-season of the mental toughness of his University of Montreal Carabins. Cheap Jerseys .That big game attitude was evident once again as the Carabins used a fourth-quarter comeback and Louis-Philippe Simoneaus game-winning field goal to defeat the McMaster Marauders 20-19 in the Vanier Cup game on Saturday.It gave the Carabins the title in their first appearance in the national university football championship game.Once again we came up big in the big moment, said quarterback Gabriel Cousineau. Im so thankful to have such a great team. We made it.Cousineau threw a third-quarter touchdown pass to Philip Enchill and saw Sean Erlington run one in in the fourth before Simoneaus winning boot, his second field goal of the game, with 2:45 remaining.But the game was far from over, as McMaster pivot Marshall Ferguson took the Marauders to the Montreal 24 in the final minute, only to see Tyler Crapignas attempt at a fifth field goal of the day blocked by defensive lineman Mathieu Girard and recovered by linebacker Jonathan Boissineault-Glaou to secure the victory.I blocked the kick, but it wasnt me who won the game for the team, said Girard. We won this together.Wayne Moore scored on a 50-yard run for McMaster in the first half, when the Marauders took a 13-3 lead and looked to be dominating.But five McMaster turnovers, including two interceptions by Anthony Coady and three lost fumbles, helped keep Montreal in the game.Us not finishing, thats been the story of our year, said Ferguson. There are too many throws that I want back.And when youre a fifth-year senior and you lose your final game, you dont get any throws back unless you want to play catch with your kids in 10 years.The McMaster defence took away the Carabins running game from the outset, holding them to 57 yards, and Cousineau was limited to 196 yards on 17 completions. But Montreals defence tightened when it counted, holding McMaster to field goals four times and allowing only one touchdown.The Carabins first showed their mettle when they ended Lavals 11-year run as Quebec conference champions, stopping the Rouge et Ors 70-game home winning streak with a 12-9 overtime win.Last week, they held on for a 29-26 win over Manitoba when Coady forced a fumble with the Bisons threatening to score from the Montreal 12 in the final minute.Then Girard comes up with the blocked kick to give them the Vanier Cup.We practised a way to block kicks, but even if we gave up the three points and took the ball on the 35, there were still 50 seconds to get another field goal, said Maciocia. Once we blocked it, we just wanted to end the game in possession of the ball. With the work of our O-line, we were able to do that.Maciocia won a pair of Grey Cups with the Edmonton Eskimos, first as offensive co-ordinator and later as coach and general manager. Now he has a Vanier Cup as well.I dont think it gets better than this, said the Montreal native who is in his fourth year with the Carabins. To do it in front of family and friends, in a packed house at Molson Stadium. . . it was always a goal of mine to win a championship in my own back yard. I dont think the Grey Cups topped this.A near-capacity crowd of 22,649, mostly wearing Carabins blue and white, turned out on a chilly afternoon to see the home side struggle, particularly in the first half when McMaster took a 13-3 lead and held Montreal to only three first downs, while sacking Cousineau five times.Cousineau said the team sang their rally song, which he refused to name, in the locker-room at the intermission and went back out confident they could fight back.Maciocia told the players to just to stay calm. Weve seen this movie before. We know how to handle these situations. If we stick together, everythings possible.It didnt look that way early on.A 30-yard pass to Max Cameron set up Crapignas 22-yard field goal 3:59 into and game. He added a 35-yard boot at 12:42.A Montreal drive was stalled at the two and Simoneau was good from eight yards 3:25 into the second quarter.A Carabins facemasking penalty put the ball on the Montreal 50 and on the next play, Moore found a gaping hole off tackle to the right side and ran it in for a touchdown at 5:38.The Carabins then wasted a glittering chance when Moore was crushed on a run by Alex Cromer-Emond and Byron Archambault recovered the fumble on the Marauders 39. But Cousineau was unable to move the ball and Montreal was forced to punt. Moore missed the next set of downs, but returned late in the half.The pro-Carabins crowd sprang to life when Isaiah Mels fumbled the opening kickoff of the second half and Montreals J.C. Touchette recovered at the 42. Five plays later, Cousineau found Enchill with a nine-yard TD pass.The McMaster defence stifled Montreals next drive, and Ferguson answered with a drive leading to Crapignas 43-yard field goal at 9:54. Ferguson marched his offence again using a string of short passes to set up a 29-yard boot at 14:07.But Anthony Coadys second interception of the game shifted field position in Montreals favour early in the fourth, and a 32-yard Cousineau toss to Regis Cibasu put the ball on McMasters three, where Erlington ran it in at 4:12.Unfortunately, its the same story we had all year where our offence didnt put our team in good positions, said Ferguson, who went 27 for 41 for 195 yards. And our special teams didnt help out as much as they have all year.We put it all on our defence. Its difficult to end a game like that, but it was a fantastic drive by them to finish it off.Moore ended the game with 11 runs for 114 yards and a TD, while Montreals running back Erlrington was held to 36 yards on nine carries.It was a third straight victory by a Quebec conference team after Lavals wins in 2012 and 2013. McMaster, which beat Laval in 2011 and lost to them the following year, was in a third Vanier Cup game in four years.Former McGill star and 1987 Vanier Cup winner Michael Soles and ex-Governor General Adrienne Clarkson took part in pre-game ceremonies as honorary co-presidents. Cheap NFL Jerseys China .That means, of course, that John Wall beat the Spurs for the first time ever — within weeks of his first wins in head-to-head games against nemeses Chris Paul and Derrick Rose. Cheap NFL Jerseys Free Shipping . HEROES Alex Ovechkin – Scored a pair of goals in Washington’s 4-0 win over Pittsburgh. With 13 goals in the past 13 games, Ovechkin now has 29 goals on the season to lead the league. .com) - Matt Duchene picked up the deciding goal early in the third period and added an assist, as Colorado escaped with a 4-3 victory over Dallas at Pepsi Center.TORONTO – Kevin Pillar is back with the Blue Jays and hes planning on the experience being different this time. A little more than two months removed from a banishment to Triple-A after he threw a televised fit in the dugout, angry hed been pinch hit for in the eighth inning of a June 24 game versus the White Sox, Pillar spent his time with the Buffalo Bisons playing good baseball and showing the organization hed learned from his mistake. “I think it had to be more proving stuff maybe off the field. Maturity, emotionally and, yeah, I went down there and I did what I thought I was capable of doing,” said Pillar. “I was a good teammate. I tried to be a leader in the clubhouse, help that team make the playoffs.” Pillar accomplished his goals. In 100 games with Buffalo, with two recalls to the Blue Jays mixed in, he hit .323/.359/.509 with 10 home runs and 39 doubles. The key, now, is to translate his consistent minor league success into production at the big-league level. Drafted way down in the 2011 draft, the 32nd round, Pillar has had a taste of the major leagues far sooner than anyone would have expected. His next task is to prove hes a contributor at the games highest level. “I think it just comes with time and just getting comfortable, not only with myself here, with my teammates but facing the pitchers,” said Pillar. “A lot of the guys Im seeing for the first time. When youre fortunate enough to play everyday, even at the Triple-A level, you run into the same guys and youre able to establish a game plan against them.” Pillar got the call up on Monday night. He was packing his bags for Buffalos upcoming road trip and noted he was stuffing as much as possible into his suitcases in anticipation of a September call-up. The rosters expand to 40 on September 1. When Pillar arrived at Rogers Centre on Tuesday afternoon, he stopped by manager John Gibbonss office. The two needed to talk, if only briefly, to bury the hatchet. “It was mostlly about the last time I was here and we moved on from it, said it was water under the bridge,” said Pillar. Cheap Stitched Jerseys. “We didnt really talk much about expectations and Im sure the expectation is for me to play when he tells me to, (be a) defensive replacement, pinch-run. Just go out there and help the team win.” “This is an emotional business and things happen,” said Gibbons. “You cant hold grudges and hold that against the guy. The guys a good player, he earned his right back here and we need him here because he can help us. If you punished everybody every time something went wrong or you had a disagreement or things like that, you probably couldnt field a team. Its good to have him back.” ANOTHER ENDORSEMENT FOR NORRIS On Tuesday night, pitching prospect Daniel Norris was making his fourth start since his promotion to Triple-A Buffalo. Kevin Pillar was a teammate for Norriss first three outings. Pillar offered a ringing endorsement. “Daniel Norris is as good as advertised, if not better than advertised,” said Pillar. “Hes been pretty unbelievable in his three starts. Two of his starts, hitters didnt really have much of a chance. He had a little bit of a control issue last time and he was still able to strike out nine in six innings and give up no runs. He gives our team a chance every time he goes out on the mound.” A second-round pick in the 2011 draft, Norris has shot up the food chain in 2014. He began at Single-A Dunedin, going 6-0 with a 1.22 ERA in 13 starts and making the Florida State League All-Star Game. At Double-A New Hampshire, Norris went 3-1 with a 4.54 ERA in eight starts. That was good enough for a promotion to Buffalo, where hed posted three wins and a 1.08 ERA in three starts heading into Tuesday. Norris is being considered for a spot in the Blue Jays bullpen when rosters expand on September 1. His innings will be watched, regardless, as hes thrown about 120 already on the year. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' ' 
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